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Planning for the weeks ahead? Enjoy a day of polo and champagne at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, rock out at the Lowline Benefit Concert featuring Miike Snow and MGMT, and party with Sophia Bush at the Pencils of Promise White Party. Here are 10 parties to put on your radar. More»
Weekend 1 of Coachella 2013 is officially here! If you aren't totally turnt about it, we'd like to remind you why you should be with a look back at last year's festival highlights. From The Black Lips' Cole Alexander giving full frontal on stage to Katy Perry crowd surfing at the Calvin Harris set with a surprise Rihanna performance, and the Tupac hologram, Coachella 2012 was filled with the magical moments that make us want to come back for more each year. So throw on your manks and flower crowns as we get nostalgic in this special Flashback Friday with the top highlights and surprises from last year's festival to get you pumped for Coachella 2013.
We are one week out from Weekend 1 of Coachella 2013 and if you aren't totally turnt about it, we'd like to remind you why you should be with a look back at last year's festival highlights. From The Black Lips' Cole Alexander giving full frontal on stage to Katy Perry crowd surfing at the Calvin Harris set, and the Tupac hologram, Coachella 2012 was filled with the magical moments that make us want to come back for more each year. So throw on your manks and flower crowns as we get nostalgic in this top highlights and surprises from last year's festival. More>>
The Miami Art Basel is a premiere destination for contemporary art collectors and art lovers worldwide. It's the perfect place for buyers and sellers to mingle, party, and escape the winter gloom. The weekend is definitely not all play, but there are some amazing events and parties to make up for that. Here is our guide to the music scene in Miami this week. We've picked out a few performances you won't want to miss, including ones by Araabmuzic, Hundred Waters, Twin Shadow, Purity Ring, and Teengirl Fantasy. More»
2012 proved to be a pivotal year in music. Lana Del Rey continued to explode on the blogosphere, and Azealia Banks brought seapunk to the mainstream (with help from Rihanna). Additionally, multiple artists from the late 90's created new albums for the first time in over a decade. No Doubt's latest release "Push and Shove" was their first recording in 11 years. It's no surprise that 90's nostalgia provided inspiration for 2012. We've compiled a list of the top 10 albums to sum up our year of partying.
Confession time: everyone who works in our office is older than 17, and it thus follows that we were slightly concerned about Day Two of HARD Summer after a Day One experience that was utterly brilliant. With the Joseph Kony of dubstep, Skrillex, headlining the day, would we find ourselves too old for HARD? Well, we needn't have feared, for as we discovered, HARD maestro Gary Richards has a gift for festival scheduling, the results of which were another perfect day of something for everyone, even jaded old 20-somethings like us. More»
With the crazy amount of parties, concerts and special events going on in town this past weekend, it would have been almost impossible for you not to find yourself in the middle of something exciting. But the hands-down epicenter of excitement in L.A. this weekend was undoubtedly HARD Summer, the 2-day EDM/electronica rave festival held at the L.A. State Historic Park. We've been hyping it up for weeks now, but with the dust still settling, we feel it's important to confirm that, true to our predictions, it was indeed everything we hoped for. More»
Lollapalooza weekend has come and gone. What was the weekend for you? Kind of a blur? Sweaty? Muddy? Streamed it online? Life changing? Too many frat bros for your liking? Or maybe too many dirty hippies? More»
You might not realize it yet, but you're in a bit of a predicament this weekend. With an almost unbelievable amount of music festivals, big-name tours, free shows and local superstars all playing live in the next few days, how are you ever going to prioritize? Well, to help you get through this, we humbly submit another installment of Go See A Show, our picks for the most kick-ass live music to check out in the L.A. area this weekend. Consider it a public service from us to you. More»
Tuesday, March 11
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.